Stacked charts are used to display amounts by category, for example, to view population broken down by age categories. Each feature is annotated with a chart that shows the amounts in each category, such as in the example shown here.
- Right-click the layer you want to draw showing quantitative values with stacked charts and click Properties.
- Click the Symbology tab on the Layer Properties dialog box.
- Click Charts and click Stacked.
- Under Field Selection, click the numeric field(s) that you want to map. Then, use the arrow buttons to add and remove fields to the field list.
- Optionally, select a Normalization field to normalize the data. The values in this field will be used to divide the value fields to create ratios.
- Use the Color Scheme drop-down list to select the color ramp that you want to use.
- If you want to prevent overlapping charts, check Prevent chart overlap.
- Optionally, you can click the Exclusion button and use a SQL expression to exclude values (such as outliers).
- Click Size.
- Click OK.
You can double-click an individual symbol in the list to change its properties.